Takata recalls progress data

Last updated: August 2018

Total airbags replaced 0

Total airbags to be replaced 0

State and territory breakdown of airbags needing replacement

*Manufacturers are working to determine where these vehicles are and if they are still on the road.

Completion rates by Supplier

Suppliers commencing recall action prior to 1 July 2018

Suppliers commencing recall action from 1 July 2018

Note: Suppliers were not required to commence recalling vehicles until 1 July, although some began earlier. The information above is correct as of 30 June 2018 and will be updated regularly to track replacement rates.

Chart data

Data used in the charts are provided below.

Table 1. Recalls progress overview

Total airbags replaced 2.1 million
Total airbags to be replaced 1.8 million
Unreplaceable airbags 180,000
Total vehicles remaining 1.6 million
Total vehicles rectified 13.million
Unreplaceable airbags 150,000

Table 2. State and territory breakdown of airbags needing replacement

Airbags to be replaced (excluding Alpha) Alpha airbags to be replaced
New South Wales 500,606 5,174
Victoria 448,357 4,532
Queensland 326,168 2,505
Western Australia 162,494 1,156
South Australia 103,390 617
Tasmania 39,196 244
Australian Capital Territory 30,103 241
Northern Territory 11,452 117
Other 145,261 4,693

Table 3. Completion rates - Suppliers commencing recall action prior to 1 July 2018

Vehicles rectified Vehicles to be rectified
BMW 21,635 184,153
Ferrari 246 948
Fiat Chrysler 16,525 20,095
Honda 324,938 112,027
Honda Motorbikes 593 62
Mazda 246,152 46,788
Mitsubishi 108,653 69,370
Nissan 49,042 245,376
Subaru 121,749 161,222
Toyota (including Lexus) 390,572 192,184

Table 4. Completion rates - Suppliers commencing recall action from 1 July 2018

Vehicles rectified Vehicles to be rectified
Audi 0 40,106
Citroën 0 3,292
Ford 18,424 88,977
GM Holden 2,544 328,445
Jaguar Land Rover 0 17,454
McLaren 0 331
Mercedes-Benz 1,232 116,941
Skoda 0 17,605
Tesla 0 1,263
Volkswagen 0 102,078

[1] Unreplaceable/unrepairable: vehicles classified by manufacturers as written off, unregistered for more than two consecutive years, exported, stolen or modified and unable to have the affected airbag inflator replaced.